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All Cars Stop Here

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All Cars Stop Here - OO scale Hong Kong influenced micro-layout. has now grown up enough to cease to be a workbench item as it is now beginning to look like a tram layout! 

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Works Car 400 sitting by the incomplete yet operational emergency crossover.
Hobby Scenes road cones protect the work site and Caboose Industries 208S Switch Throws provide point operation (I used to model HO American).

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Bachman HKT Car 56 and Corgi Citybus Volvo Olympian at the west end of the micro.

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All Cars Stop Here - 05/08/18.

 

 

 

 

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New set of photos taken 19/08:

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All Cars Stop Here - All Three Feet of it!

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Bachmann HKT 45 - This will be a spare car.

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Bachmann HKT 56 on the emergency crossover.

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Bachmann HKT 106 about to reverse over the emergency crossover.

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My own conversion of HKT Works Car 400 negotiating the emergency crossover.

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Corgi Citybus Volvo Olympian in the bus bay.

Just to add streetlamps, around 100 figures, and Chinese banners, but they can wait until my return from Hong Kong in January.

Enjoy!!!

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'All Cars Stop Here' made its first public viewing at my local Tramway & Light Railway Society Group meeting at Ipswich Transport Museum along with Peter Boyt's 'Crickey - It's a shed (He forgot the shed!) and Phil Carver' magnetically connected N scale trolleybuses and trams. The real star of the day was the latest restoration of the museum's Cambridge Horse Tram 7.

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All Cars Stop Here  所有的车都停在这里Hong Kong themed microlayout.

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Illuminated Faller Carousel on Peter Boyt's 'Crickey it's a shed'

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Phil Carver's magnetically connected N scale trolleybuses and trams.

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Cambridge Horse Tram 7 with its first upper deck seat in place - this tram last ran in 1914.

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